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📒Visual Intelligence ✍ Ann Marie Barry
📝Visual Intelligence Book Synopsis : Cuts across perceptual psychology, art, television, film, literature, advertising, and political communication to give the reader critical insight into the holistic logic and emotional power of the images that dominate our lives.
📒Visual Intelligence ✍ Donald D. Hoffman
📝Visual Intelligence Book Synopsis : Reveals the way the human eye acts on the visual world not just to represent but to actively construct the things we see, outlining the rules of vision and their application in art and technology. Reprint.
📒Visual Intelligence ✍ Amy E. Herman
📝Visual Intelligence Book Synopsis : An engrossing guide to seeing – and communicating – more clearly from the groundbreaking course that helps FBI agents, cops, CEOs, ER docs, and others save money, reputations, and lives. How could looking at Monet’s water lily paintings help save your company millions? How can checking out people’s footwear foil a terrorist attack? How can your choice of adjective win an argument, calm your kid, or catch a thief? In her celebrated seminar, the Art of Perception, art historian Amy Herman has trained experts from many fields how to perceive and communicate better. By showing people how to look closely at images, she helps them hone their “visual intelligence,” a set of skills we all possess but few of us know how to use properly. She has spent more than a decade teaching doctors to observe patients instead of their charts, helping police officers separate facts from opinions when investigating a crime, and training professionals from the FBI, the State Department, Fortune 500 companies, and the military to recognize the most pertinent and useful information. Her lessons highlight far more than the physical objects you may be missing; they teach you how to recognize the talents, opportunities, and dangers that surround you every day. Whether you want to be more effective on the job, more empathetic toward your loved ones, or more alert to the trove of possibilities and threats all around us, this book will show you how to see what matters most to you more clearly than ever before. Please note: this ebook contains full-color art reproductions and photographs, and color is at times essential to the observation and analysis skills discussed in the text. For the best reading experience, this ebook should be viewed on a color device.
📒Visual Intelligence ✍ Mark Stacey
📝Visual Intelligence Book Synopsis : Go beyond design concepts and learn to build state-of-the-art visualizations The visualization experts at Microsoft's Pragmatic Works have created a full-color, step-by-step guide to building specific types of visualizations. The book thoroughly covers the Microsoft toolset for data analysis and visualization, including Excel, and explores best practices for choosing a data visualization design, selecting tools from the Microsoft stack, and building a dynamic data visualization from start to finish. You'll examine different types of visualizations, their strengths and weaknesses, and when to use each one. Data visualization tools unlock the stories within the data, enabling you to present it in a way that is useful for making business decisions This full-color guide introduces data visualization design concepts, then explains the various Microsoft tools used to store and display data Features a detailed discussion of various classes of visualizations, their uses, and the appropriate tools for each Includes practical implementations of various visualizations and best practices for using them Covers out-of-the-box Microsoft tools, custom-developed illustrations and implementations, and code examples Visual Intelligence: Microsoft Tools and Techniques for Visualizing Data arms you with best practices and the knowledge to choose and build dynamic data visualizations.
📒Image Segmentation Through Applied Visual Intelligence ✍ Robert T. Kania
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📒Visual Intelligence For Crisis Management ✍ Alexandre Lucas Stephane
📝Visual Intelligence for Crisis Management Book Synopsis : Mostly a single person holistic (i.e. Design & Evaluation) four years effort, the current human-centered design research is close to current solutions employed for saving lives. Aligned with Visual Analytics US national security priority, it builds on state of the art 3D Geographic Information Systems that support situated decision-making and actions for Crisis Management, Emergency Management and Business Continuity. Compared to these existing solutions, further requirements are identified such as the possibility to interactively dive and explore the underground infrastructure of an emergency zone. Furthermore, since "main threats by essence are 3-dimensional (3D)" (Terje Johnsen, Division Head at the OEC/lFE/Halden Reactor Project), the main research topic focuses on combining 3D visual information related to the natural environment and natural events, with 3D visual information related to human creations, including analytics and technical systems, for providing comprehensive mission-critical situation awareness and support for communication during critical situations. The main contributions of the current research are the utilization of 3D gaming engines, that enable to dive and explore critical infrastructure situated underground beyond flying, and the proposed structured analytical visual framework that links various entities in the form of causality networks, process representations and what-if consequences in the same 3D interactive visual scene. Furthermore, the set of methods proposed for the formative evaluation of the 3D integrated interactive visual scene enables to gather user experience and feedback and also to provide a unique type of visual behavior in the form of visual patterns.
📝Handbook of Research on Teaching Literacy Through the Communicative and Visual Arts Book Synopsis : In an era characterized by the rapid evolution of the concept of literacy, the Handbook of Research on Teaching Literacy Through the Communicative and Visual Arts focuses on multiple ways in which learners gain access to knowledge and skills. The handbook explores the possibilities of broadening current conceptualizations of literacy to include the full array of the communicative arts (reading, writing, speaking, listening, viewing) and to focus on the visual arts of drama, dance, film, art, video, and computer technology. The communicative and visual arts encompass everything from novels and theatrical performances to movies and video games. In today's world, new methods for transmitting information have been developed that include music, graphics, sound effects, smells, and animations. While these methods have been used by television shows and multimedia products, they often represent an unexplored resource in the field of education. By broadening our uses of these media, formats, and genres, a greater number of students will be motivated to see themselves as learners. In 64 chapters, organized in seven sections, teachers and other leading authorities in the field of literacy provide direction for the future: I. Theoretical Bases for Communicative and Visual Arts Teaching Paul Messaris, Section Editor II. Methods of Inquiry in Communicative and Visual Arts Teaching Donna Alvermann, Section Editor III. Research on Language Learners in Families, Communities, and Classrooms Vicki Chou, Section Editor IV. Research on Language Teachers: Conditions and Contexts Dorothy Strickland, Section Editor V. Expanding Instructional Environments: Teaching, Learning, and Assessing the Communicative and Visual Arts Nancy Roser, Section Editor VI. Research Perspectives on the Curricular, Extracurricular, and Policy Perspectives James Squire, Section Editor VII. Voices from the Field Bernice Cullinan and Lee Galda, Section Editors The International Reading Association has compiled in the Handbook of Research on Teaching Literacy Through the Communicative and Visual Arts an indispensable set of papers for educators that will enable them to conceptualize literacy in much broader contexts than ever before. The information contained in this volume will be extremely useful in planning literacy programs for our students for today and tomorrow.
📒Web Based Visual Intelligence Surveillance And Security System ✍ Syed Abdul Rahman Syed Abu Bakar
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📒Brain Friendly Learning ✍ D. Ed. Fitzgerald
📝Brain Friendly Learning Book Synopsis : The Handbook: This compact handbook is a great resource for any high school or middle school student. It uses recent brain research to help a teenager learn how to use his or her unique brain most effectively in school and then in college or on a carefully selected career path. Summary of Main Points Explained in the Handbook 1. Using brain-friendly techniques improves learning. 2. LEARNING HOW TO LEARN is an important subject. 3. Brain characteristics vary based on left-right dominance and upper-lower thinking preferences. 4. The left brain favors logic, words, and numbers. 5. The right brain favors randomness and images. (Use drawings in your notes.) 6. Different styles of receiving information include auditory, visual, somatic, and reflective. 7. Use your preferred style for difficult learning, but grow your comfort with other styles also. 8. Graphic organizers can be useful to most learners. 9. The brain tends to remember useful information. 10. Using multiple senses usually results in more learning than using one sense. 11. Discussion with others can aid learning. 12. Using information gives it meaning and helps learning. 13. Teaching others helps you to learn more. 14. Each of us has multiple types of intelligence or thinking techniques, but most of us have intelligence or talent preferences. 15. As with learning styles, use your preferred intelligences but grow others also to gain the most thinking power. 16. Emotional intelligence is especially important to career success. 17. A cause and effect diagram can be a powerful thinking and planning tool. Use it to grow planning power in your pre-frontal lobes. 18. A Brain Preference Test can give you important information on your thinking preferences. 19. Matching your thinking preferences to a career area can help you to enjoy your work. 20. Be conscious of your best attention span (age + 2 minutes to a maximum of 30). 21. Use the beginning-end-middle or B.E.M. rule to improve learning efficiency. Alternate study with short breaks or changed activity. 22. Repetition aids remembering. 23. Experience or doing something with what you have learned aids remembering. 24. Experiencing emotion with learning promotes remembering. 25. Downtime (breaks, rest, or sleep) after learning and then review or using the information promotes remembering. The Author: Ron Fitzgerald has over 50 years of experience as a teacher, school superintendent, state director of educational research, and multi-state consultant on brain-friendly learning and quality in the classroom. He is the author of a handbook for teachers entitled SMART TEACHING: USING BRAIN RESEARCH AND DATA TO CONTINUOUSLY IMPROVE LEARNING, published by The American Society for Quality. He maintains a free web site of resources for teachers at www.SuccessInTeaching.info.
📒Us Defense And Intelligence Abbreviations And Acronyms Handbook ✍ USA International Business Publications
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